U.S. school ransacked, set ablaze in Tunis as anti-American protests spread

H/T Jihad Watch:

 Globe & Mail:

A still image take from video footage shows demonstrators jumping on the emblem of the German embassy after breaking into the mission's compound in Khartoum September 14, 2012. Sudanese demonstrators broke into the German embassy in Khartoum on Friday, raising an Islamic flag and setting the building on fire in a protest against a film that demeaned the Prophet Mohammed, witnesses said. Police had earlier fired tear gas to try to disperse some 5,000 protesters who had ringed the German embassy and nearby British mission. But a Reuters witness said policemen just stood by when the crowd forced its way into Germany's mission. Employees of Germany's embassy were safe "for the moment", Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said in Berlin. (REUTERS TV/REUTERS)

 

U.S. school ransacked, set ablaze in Tunis as anti-American protests spread

Aya Batrawy and Lee Keath

CAIRO, Egypt — The Associated Press

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4 Replies to “U.S. school ransacked, set ablaze in Tunis as anti-American protests spread”

  1. How’d that go again, at the Cairo prostration… “The United States is not, and never will be at war with Islam…”??

    That one will go down an an even more dangerous harbinger than “Peace in our time”.

  2. Dallas you got that one right, and the timing of the upraising is going to haunt Obama because his weak response is going to increase the violence and cost him many votes.

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